Soriano also gave up two runs in his first inning pitched this spring, leaving him with a whopping 37.80 ERA thus far. He didn't surrender a walk Monday but did hit a batter. He'll try and put his ugly start to spring behind him moving forward.
Harrell has given up one earned run in each of his three outings this spring, though he's progressed one inning in each successive appearance. He walked four batters in two innings in his first game but has surrendered just one free pass over seven innings since.
Gonzalez tossed two scoreless innings in his first appearance but served up a second-inning, two-run home run with two outs before putting three more batters on with a walk, a double and a hit batter. He then recorded the final out on a fly ball to center.
Roth pitched one scoreless inning this spring, while Thomas threw two scoreless innings. Grube surrendered two earned runs in four innings, and Morin gave up one earned run in two innings. Sappington retired the only batter he faced in his lone appearance.
Quintana took a line drive off the shin in his last outing but has improved since sustaining the injury. "It feels really good today. My leg is better," he said Monday. "I'm ready for the next start."
The White Sox plan to get him a few extra batters Thursday after facing just two in his last start.
"Tomorrow we're going to go through my mechanics and actually get downhill," Lindstrom said Monday. "But today was more like crow-hop, making sure I was getting over my front leg.
Lindstrom is working his way back from a left oblique strain and will compete for the closer role when healthy.
Norris has been held out over the past few days with back spasms. He has hit .273/.333/.636 with one home run and four RBI over 11 at-bats this spring.
Adcock will be examined by a team doctor Tuesday to determine the cause of his numbness. He has surrendered six earned runs on four hits and four walks in 1 2/3 innings over two appearances this spring.
Making his spring debut Monday,
Saazar looked great in his intrasquad appearance Friday and had his start pushed up to Monday after originally being scheduled to make his debut Tuesday. He is coming off a breakout end-of-season performance for the Indians after going 2-3 with a 3.12 ERA and 65:15 K:BB ratio in 52 innings in 2013.
Weaver had allowed just one earned run in seven innings before being touched up for three earned runs Monday, but he also upped his strikeout rate considerably after punching out just three batters in his first two appearances. He has posted a 3.18 and 8:4 K:BB ratio in 11 1/3 innings this spring.